21 Festive St Pattys Day Outfit
How close you are to being ready for the St. Patrick’s Day festivities? Just in case you need a hand getting your closet sorted in order to find the right St Pattys Day outfits, we’ve come up with a few bits and pieces you might just want to take a look at.
Don’t worry, ladies, we’ve got you covered. Don’t forget to let us know which looks were your favorite, and feel free to send in your shots if you’re proud of your look for the big day. We’d love to feature you!
1 – St Pattys Day Outfit with Checked Shirt + Denim Jeans
If the weather is not that warm, you can’t get much better St Pattys Day outfits than a simple pair of denim jeans with a green shirt, in this case, a checked one. It’s a simple and easy day-to-day look, one that you can throw on in the morning and run without any prior thought or care. We’d wear this look to bring in the green theme during the day, before changing into something stunning for the evening. But that’s just us …
2 – Simple St Pattys Day Outfit With Jumper And Ripped Jeans
And for when the weather isn’t as warm as you would like it to be, how about jeans and a green sweater instead? We’re loving the ripped jeans in this combo, an easy way to rock those shredded beauties we haven’t looked at since last summer. A sweater is a really easy thing to wear – every girl should have a basic sweater in her closet. If you haven’t got one, you don’t know what you’re missing out on.
3 – Floral St Pattys Day Outfit
We must admit we have a lot of love for this look – St Pattys Day outfits done the right way, if you ask us! If you want a look that can easily be transformed from day to night, this is one to look at for inspiration. You could easily replace those heels with a cute pair of white Converse pumps for a daytime chic outfit, kicking them off and putting the heels back on when you’re ready to hit the town. It’s a bit boho, and more than a bit brilliant, but what do you think?
4 – Flirty St Pattys Day Outfit
Are you going on a date this St. Patrick’s Day? Maybe you’re just attending a party where a crush of yours is also going to be? You need a flirty green dress for your St Pattys Day outfits, and we think this flirty green dress is more than just a little bit fabulous! You could team it with a denim jacket for when the sun goes in and the weather gets colder, blinging it up with accessories and killer heels for when you really want to heat things up. We love this look – how about you?
5 – Green + Pink St Pattys Day Outfit
Right, let’s get one thing straight. This skirt is amazing, and that color combination – green with pink – works so well, we are totally kicking ourselves for not trying it before. This year is definitely the year to play around with color, and it doesn’t matter what kind of body shape you have, an A-line style skirt is guaranteed to be flattering. This slightly asymmetrical hem is another great look to try for the spring of this year. Technically you’re killing a whole bunch of fashion birds with one stone. Not that we’re actually hurting birds, of course.
6 – Polka Dots St Pattys Day Outfit
What about when you want to be green, but not too green, for St. Patrick’s Day? We think this green and polka dot dress is just perfect, simple shoes added to accentuate that stunning hair. How else would you know you were celebrating St. Patrick’s Day otherwise?
7 – “Off-the-Shoulder” St Pattys Day Outfit
The off-the-shoulder look is a really hot one for this year, and this green sweater is the perfect thing to wear when you just don’t know the weather will turn out. It’s warm enough for a chilly day, but still showing enough flesh to be somewhat sexy and sassy. Plus, it’s that beautiful emerald green colour, and that’s the perfect shade when it comes to celebrating everything Irish!
8 – Cool St Pattys Day Outfit
For when you want to add just a touch of green to your St Pattys Day outfits, how about some green accessories? It could be a faux-fur shawl, like you can see here, rocked with a dark green sweater and a cool black jacket thrown on over the top for good measure. You could wear this with jeans, a skirt, and practically anything else you liked … It’s a really versatile start to any St. Paddy’s Day outfit.
9 – Sequinned St Pattys Day Outfit
How about when you want to go all-out? When you want to shimmer and be absolutely splendid for your St. Patrick’s Day festivities? We think this amazing green sequinned dress might just have everything you’re looking for, and we also predict that everyone will be checking out your outfit for all the right reasons! Team with booties or strappy heels, it’s up to you.
10 – St Pattys Day Outfit with Green Blazer
What about a green blazer? This could easily be thrown on with some jeans and a simple white tee, or even over the top of a neutral-coloured sweater, and adds that green injection you’re looking for, for your St Pattys Day outfits. In fact, a cleverly-teamed blazer is one of the easiest ways to inject a brand new shade or colour into your closet. It might seem like a scary shade, but think about it – you would wear a green sweater with jeans without any problems, so why wouldn’t you wear a green blazer? It’s a much simpler way of adding some new colours.
11 – Cold-Shoulder St Pattys Day Outfit
Just as popular as off-the-shoulder and one-shoulder looks recently, cold-shoulder looks are growing in popularity, and with the warmer weather comes a need to show off those bits of your body that you don’t usually get the chance to expose. Add some casual denims and a pair of every-day trainers and you have a great every-day look that you can totally make work for St. Patrick’s Day.
12 – Green Striped St Pattys Day Outfit
We love stripes, and although they can be quite hard to wear, there’s something very wearable about this cute green look. Team your casual ripped white jeans with a green and white striped tee, long-sleeved or otherwise, and you’re adding that vital green and Irish injection you need to work the outfit for the day. Shamrock and leprechaun-themed accessories are optional.
13 – Green Flowy St Pattys Day Outfit
Need a look that is slightly more dressy than jeans, but not quite as dressy as sequins? What about an off-the-shoulder look? We love this little dress, effortlessly worn with some opaque black tights and black court shoes, but you could also wear those thigh-high boots you’ve been waiting for an excuse to wear, and also black ankle booties too. The possibility are endless. Also – we predict this easy green dress to be a very easy wear for summer. Add some sandals and you’ve got on of the easiest, yet coolest, looks of them all.
14 – St Pattys Day Outfit with Small Green Bag
What about when you don’t have time to go shopping for an entire new outfit, or you just don’t want to dedicate that much of your daily get-up to green and all-things-Irish? Adding a green bag gives you the perfect amount of Irish to get away with the look to work, whilst still looking super cool. Well, we’re just looking for an excuse to buy it, and we think our St Pattys Day outfits might just be the perfect excuse!
15 – Cute St Pattys Day Outfit
These little look reminds us of something Tinkerbell-esque, and that’s just one reason why we loved it so. That cute striped sweater over black shorts or skirt… It’s a very cute combination, and rather flattering one too. Change the shorts for some black jeans when the weather cools down, and you’ve got a look that you really could wear all year around.
16 – St Pattys Day Outfit With Shoulder Cut-Outs
It’s another very popular look for right now, and this top would definitely make a great addition to your closet. You can rock this over jeans when the weather is cold and you’re feeling loose-layers are the way forward. You could also wear it as a dress, teamed with frilled and nude boots. Thirdly, you could even dress things up with a pair of killer heels – perfect for your St Pattys Day outfits.
17 – St Pattys Day Outfit With Green Coat
If you need a hand making green work in your daily wardrobe, (whether it’s for St. Patrick’s Day or not), learn how to pair it with neutral items you already have in your closet. Your regular blue jeans, for example, could easily be jazzed up with a green top for the summer, or a sweater for the colder, winter weather. Or in this case, a green coat has been used to brighten up an otherwise simple outfit. That one green item could just add all the Irish you need to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
18 – Green A-Line Skirt St Pattys Day Outfit
Or, for when a coat seems a little too much, how about a pop of colour with a green skirt instead? This cute A-line beauty is easily worn by all manner of body types and shapes, and can be dressed up or down, depending on the way you want to celebrate the green-themed day. a Casual nude-coloured sweater works really well here, especially with those boots. Didn’t we say you’d be needing those thigh-high boots?
19 – Laced-Up St Pattys Day Outfit
These lace-up designs have been all over the high street and catwalks recently. Team your khaki green version with a dusky-pink or pastel-pink sweater for the cooler temperature, and add some casual white pumps to keep things day-time appropriate. You could easily switch those pumps for some killer heels later on when the party really gets started, and you could stripe down to a nude cami or bodysuit underneath that sweater too.
20 – Little Green Pop
We’re going back to the world of green handbags again, and we love this one, a more luxurious darker green for when you’re not feeling particularly bright and bold. You could go for a monochrome look underneath, rocking trousers if you’re not brave enough to wear a skirt. That jumper looks fabulous classy though, what do you think? We love it!
21 – Green Trousers
And when you’re feeling nothing but bold and bright, we’d suggest these killer green trousers, nicely tailored and with just the right amount of ruffles to make them a feature piece. The look has been left relatively simple elsewhere – flats in the place of heels, and also a cosy grey sweater to keep things nice and warm. It’s a great look for those daytime celebration events. Or just lazy days at home, of course. We should totally try and find some green Irish-themed pyjamas!